palpate

(palĀ“pāt) to perform palpation.
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palpate

[v] - examine by palpation for medical purposes
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Palpate

Feeling for kits in the uterus through the abdominal wall. A test breeders use to determine pregnancy
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Palpate

Feeling for the developing embryos within the abdominal cavity of the pregnant doe. This is said to be the most reliable way to determine pregnancy in the domestic rabbits.
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palpate

Latin palpare = to touch, and palpatus = touched; hence, to examine by feeling, and palpation, such an examination.
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palpate

palpate 1. To examine a part of the body by feeling with the hands and fingers; especially, to distinguish between swellings that are solid and those that are filled with fluid. 2. To touch or to feel; for example, the edge of an enlarged liver may be palpated below the rib cage. Just as the Latin word means 'to touch' or 'to feel lightly', that i...
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Palpate

Palpate: To touch or feel. For example, the edge of an enlarged liver may be palpated below the rib cage. From the Latin 'palpare' (to stroke or to pat). Just as the Latin word means to touch or feel lightly, that is how a doctor palpates the abdomen.
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PALPATE

To examine by feeling with the hands and fingers.
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Palpate

To examine or explore by touch.
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palpate

To touch or feel. The liver's edge may be palpated. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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palpate

Type: Term Pronunciation: pal′pāt Definitions: 1. To examine by feeling and pressing with the palms of the hands and the fingers.
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